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Old December 10th, 2019 #261
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Plaasmorde: The Killing Fields [Documentary by Katie Hopkins on White SA farm murders]

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Old January 11th, 2020 #262
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Six farm attackers attacked an elderly couple Gert (81) and Joey (75) Pienaar


Dec 24, 2019

Six black men attacked an elderly couple Gert (81) and Joey (75) Pienaar from Dewetsdorp on Monday morning.

Shortly after midnight, the couple heard a window breaking from their home on the farm Monday morning, but before they could do anything, they were attacked in their bedroom.

https://farmattacks.co.za/six-farm-a...ey-75-pienaar/
 
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Land expropriation in South Africa is happening whether the US likes it or not

20 February 2020

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa said the government will press ahead with plans to distribute more land to the black majority in an orderly fashion, warning that a failure to do so would perpetuate an injustice that dates back to apartheid rule and constrain the economy.

“Land reform is an essential part of inclusive growth,” Ramaphosa said in a speech to lawmakers in Cape Town on Thursday. He reiterated that the government supported changing the constitution to make it easier for it to take land without compensation.

Ramaphosa’s comments came a day after US Secretary of State Michael Pompeo cautioned that land expropriation would be disastrous for Africa’s most industrialised economy and described the policy proposal as an example of centralised planning that has failed in other African states like Zimbabwe.

“Land grabs will not be allowed to happen in our country,” Ramaphosa said. “We refuse to be reckless.”

https://businesstech.co.za/news/gove...vxCy2zwGTku3Dc
 
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